Color of the Year 2018: Partners
Partners & Licensees
SAATCHI ART X PANTONE COLOR OF YEAR 2018 COLLECTION
As an expression of the imagination and creativity that Ultra Violet provokes, Pantone has partnered with Saatchi Art, the world’s leading online gallery for emerging art, to create a limited-edition collection of official Pantone Color of the Year 2018 prints. The collection, available for purchase beginning January 1, 2018, will include new works by international artists, working in painting, sculpture, and printmaking that embody the spirit of Ultra Violet. This collection will allow lovers of Pantone and art alike to experience Ultra Violet’s inspiration in their daily lives.
ADOBE STOCK X PANTONE COLOR OF THE YEAR 2018
This year’s Pantone Color of the Year, Ultra Violet, offers a powerful tool to those who communicate visually – expressing the heart of the creative process, where originality, ingenuity, and imagination define the work. To celebrate and inspire the creative community, Pantone has partnered with Adobe Stock for a curated Color of the Year 2018 collection. With more than 100 million visual assets, Adobe Stock offers an amazing resource for visual inspiration and creative development.
BUTTER LONDON X PANTONE COLOR OF THE YEAR 2018 COLLECTION
butter LONDON, the prestige color cosmetics and nail lacquer brand, is proud to partner once again with Pantone, the global color authority, to introduce the Color of the Year 2018, PANTONE 18-3838 Ultra Violet. butter LONDON and Pantone have joined forces to co-create an exclusive collection featuring the brand’s cult-favorite formulations in the Pantone Color of the Year 2018 and complementary tonal hues.
E3LIGHT INTRODUCES THE PANTONE COLLECTION
At the heart of Pantone’s design philosophy is the iconic Scandinavian design tradition that transforms ingenious functionality into pure, clean lines, with colors and textures that challenge the senses. Like colors, light can create completely unique moods and is a key component of creative expression in interior style. As part of an innovative partnership, Pantone and e3light have looked at the countless ways in which light can be used in combination with the fascinating universe of colors and, under the Pantone name, have created a range of unique products that enable you to express your true colors.
There are a variety of fittings in the Pantone collection all perfect for use with the distinctive, colorful lampshades, in either fabric or felt, that come with a chic glossy white metal rim. Available in two sizes, two finishes and multiple colors, the shades are adaptable for any décor.
With this beautiful universe of innovative designs, you can shape your own distinctive style in your home and create feelings of light, joy and warmth. The simple, intelligent style will always remain a firm favorite amongst interior designers and style experts alike and you can now achieve that look in your own home.
ROOM COPENHAGEN INTRODUCES THE PANTONE COLLECTION
Room Copenhagen x Pantone celebrate the iconic Pantone Chip through a collection of colorful accessories and gifts. The new collection, Pantone Living, includes the classic Pantone coffee mug and espresso cup in an updated and simplified design, as well as completely new products for work, office, and home - including a tea cup, to go cup, water bottles, hip flask, key chains, credit card holder, notepad, pencils, and storage boxes. Pantone Living products are designed by two internationally renowned Danish designers: Søren Varming and Ulrik Nordentoft. Both have won several prizes for their designs, including the prestigious Red Dot Award and Best of the Best Design Award.
Søren Varming specializes in graphic design and has, amongst others, designed award winning graphic identities for museums and leading international businesses. Ulrik Nordentoft works with product and interior design, and has designed several classics for acclaimed Danish design companies.
For PANTONE Living, the two designers stripped away all unessential elements to create simple and aesthetic design that references the PANTONE Color Chip. The result is a portfolio of functional objects, which celebrate the joy of color.